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If I should give a commentary on my work, I would seek a form of expression which could convey the changes in different states of the soul and fantasy. They could be impressions in music, but certainly not in words: by naming things they are brought to a standstill, stagnation of the picture, arresting the attention of thoughts and experiences.
The essence of my work is the movement arisen from the movement of fantasy and from the inconsistency of emotions, from conditions you can’t tie down or fix. Any attempt to understand and interperate the pictures should not be a reproduction, but should allow the possibility for cocreation or create afresh.
This is also the reason why I don’t give my work titles, and consciously avoid using words. I want my works to animate the imagination of anybody who cares to look at them. The word – title, a fifeless name – would either replace the imagination or just limit free association.